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The Learning Style of Each MBTI Personality

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“why can’t this be my reality? II” by TheSameLie


INTJs are most comfortable learning when:

 ♠experiencing new problems or opportunities from which to learn
 ♠able to stand back from events and listen/observe, e.g. observing a group at work, taking a back seat in a meeting, watching a video
 ♠allowed to think before acting, to assimilate before commenting, allowed time to prepare or do background reading
 ♠acquiring knowledge which is part of a system, model, concept, theory
 ♠given the chance to question and probe the basic methodology, assumptions or logic behind something, e.g. by taking part in a question and answer session
 ♠intellectually stretched, i.e. by analyzing a complex situation, being tested in a tutorial session, by being with high caliber people who ask searching questions
 ♠finding themselves in structured situations with a clear purpose
 ♠listening to or reading about ideas and concepts that emphasize rationality or logic and are well argued
 ♠analyzing and then generalizing the reasons for success or failure
 ♠offered interesting ideas and concepts even though they are not immediately relevant
 ♠required to understand and participate in complex situations.
 ♠concentrating on important issues by drawing up action plans

INTJ’s are least comfortable when:

 ♠asked to repeat essentially the same activity over and over again
 ♠given precise instructions to follow with little room for maneuver
 ♠asked to attend to detail and tie up loose ends
 ♠involved in situations which require action without planning
 ♠asked to do something without a context or apparent purpose and to participate in situations emphasizing emotions and feelings
 ♠involved in unstructured activities where ambiguity and uncertainty are high, e.g. with open-ended problems
 ♠faced with a lot of alternative techniques without any being explored in depth


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